Septic Storage Tank Liners

The sewage treatment industry is an important one, and in this sector, chemical treatments are common. The normal process for sewage treatment is letting the waste flow through screens and filters, so you can remove contaminants that could damage your equipment. However, later down the line, you’ll still have other contaminants in the water. Here, most sewage treatment facilities get rid of toxins in the water through chemical precipitation, where they’ll add precipitation reagents to make the contaminants solid. From there, they can filter the contaminants out. These chemical reagents include the following:

  • Chlorine
  • Muriatic acid
  • Ferric sulfate
  • Sodium bicarbonate
  • Aluminum sulfate
  • And many others

These facilities store a lot of chemicals, and over time, it’s easy for those chemicals to corrode their septic storage tanks, contributing to contamination and leaks. Leaks are not something any business wants, but they can be especially dangerous when they lead to hazardous chemicals spilling everywhere. It’s a hazardous situation to be in, but when you work with us at Flexi-Liner, we can get you the chemical tank liners you need to keep your chemicals pure and preserve the integrity of your tanks.

Flexi-Liner has been designing and manufacturing different sewage storage tank liners for 70 years now. All of this experience ensures that we can examine your unique needs and create the solution that works for you. Our innovative solutions will help keep sewage treatment running smoothly, minimizing any hiccups that would occur along the way.

In addition to minimizing corrosion and leaks, our septic storage tank liners can also help maintain the purity of your chemicals, ensuring they can be effective when handling sewage treatment. Flexi-Liner’s customized containment and corrosion control solutions can help you treat sewage quickly and effectively. Whether your tanks are big or small, new or old, you can count on us to help you create the perfect tank liner solutions.